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All the information & reviews you need to improve your shooting accuracy
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Rifleopticsworld.com is an ultimate place for firearm enthusiasts to improve their shooting accuracy through learning right techniques and picking out the best equipment.
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Leupold VX-6 7-42x56 must be one of the highest magnification  scope we have ever reviewed. And surprisingly, it belongs to Leupold Hunting line.

Do hunters really need such a high-power scope?

http://rifleopticsworld.com/leupold-vx6-7-42x56-review/
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It has been a long time since we have reviewed a Nightforce rifle scope. We are about to change that with Nightforce NXS hard-core tactical scope review.

As always its hard to find problems with Nightforce scopes, but I really wish this one would have been...

http://rifleopticsworld.com/nightforce-nxs-5-22x50-review/
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Finally another Leupold in for a review, more specifically Mark 4 LR/T 8.5-25x50mm. It definitely has the build quality and clear image you expect from Leupold, but...

http://rifleopticsworld.com/leupold-mark4-8-5-25x50mm-review/
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Short blog post where I compare first vs second focal plane scopes, their differences and uses. Also I added in my personal preference to the end of article.

http://rifleopticsworld.com/first-vs-second-focal-plane-scope/
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Finally reviewing SWFA SS scope and finding out ourselves whether all the hype in forums and optic communities is true or not.

Find out here:
http://rifleopticsworld.com/swfa-ss-10x42-review/
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Have a 20×42 ss w/a milquad reticle and it is an awesome scope. The tracking is dead on and the glass is clear.
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In this blog post we tried to find an answer to how much scope magnification AR-15 really needs.
To do so we separated AR-15 to carbine and marksman’s variants...

http://rifleopticsworld.com/scope-magnification-ar-15/
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Our beginner series continue, this time taking a deeper look into rifle scope turrets. Also, tips for more experienced shooters on what type of turret to choose and differences between MOA and MIL turrets.

http://rifleopticsworld.com/getting-know-rifle-scope-turrets/
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In this short article, we talk about the importance of objective lens on rifle scope, how it plays vital role in light gathering and optimally how large should your objective lens be.

http://rifleopticsworld.com/objective-lens-size/
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Good reticle plays a big role in accurate long range shooting. That's why it is important to consider reticle as one of the key factors when buying a long range scope. However, how to identify a good reticle and what reticles should you avoid for long range shooting?

Find the answers in:
http://rifleopticsworld.com/long-range-shooting-reticle/
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Best reticle set up I have ever used was in a Leatherwood scope, the M-21 I was issued however had a Redfield Widefield scope on it.
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Aimpoint Carbine Optic ( ACO ) review is finally up. Since we have reviewed PRO in past we decided to compare these two and in my opinion ACO is not...

http://rifleopticsworld.com/aimpoint-carbine-aco-review/
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New buyer guide on buying a scope for your Remington 700. Since Rem 700 has so many uses and roles we discuss and give scope recommendations for those who have hunting, tactical or precision shooting setup.

Check it out and let me know what scope you use on your Remington.

http://rifleopticsworld.com/buyer-guide-remington-700-scope/
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